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Re: Log command for directory 'file1' is mislocated

From: A. L. <trimante_at_yahoo.it>
Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 08:38:48 +0000 (GMT)

Greetings Audrey,

> If you can get svn status and see which files has been really modified, you can
> checkout only these files. Even on per-file basis.

This advice switched on a light in my mind.
I erased the single directory whose files I deleted during the crashed transaction and then checkout-ed only that one.
As a confirm that the transaction had been correctly performed the first time and that only the working copy has been left behind, the newly checkout-ed version contains the correct number of files.
Now the WC is back to funtionality.

>>> Andrey Repin wrote:
>>> And please write new message next time, instead of hijacking nonrelated
>>> conversation.
>> I fear I don't understand what this means, please can you explain me what was wrong?
> Headers of your initial message:
> ...
> It was sent as reply into different thread rather than new message to the list.

Oh dear, I'm really sorry for this. I'm used to do that to speed up the recipient's address fetch.
I didn't know that this leaves the headers messed up ( well to be honest, I don't know what sort of problems that can produce ).
However I'll remember to avoid that in the future.

Thanks for your help!


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